Based on community surveys over the past 13 months from the nonprofit National Alliance to End Homelessness, COVID-19 is linked to employee shortages within homeless services.
The city of Las Vegas received two seedlings in 2019 from the Survivor Tree, which was recovered after the 9/11 attacks in New York City.
Las Vegas Valley residents, visitors and business owners woke up to a new face mask requiremen Friday, and most appeared to be abiding by the edict.
Mi Familia Vota’s canvassing effort the push by state and local governments, with support from the feds, to boost vaccination rates in communities where hesitancy is common.
Las Vegas police are investigating after a woman was fatally shot by her father early Monday in Summerlin.
The community outreach event that Metro’s northeast valley substation hosted Monday was aimed at improving relations between Hispanic residents and police officers.
SpaceX’s first all-civilian flight crew experienced its first zero-gravity training this weekend, enlisting the help of McCarran International Airport.
For the third night in a row, evening thunderstorms drenched parts of the valley as monsoonal weather conditions persist in the region.
The Nevada Division of Emergency Management said preparedness is the best defense.
Longtime Las Vegas resident Arlene Johnson will celebrate her 100th birthday Saturday with family and friends. She also just might hoist a mimosa or two.
The Animal Foundation reported taking in 237 stray animals from July 1 to July 5. Officials said these numbers are typical amid the Fourth of July holiday.
Officials said few people in the state have administered more COVID-19 vaccines than Nevada Air Guard Capt. Caleena Longworth. She graduated from medical school in May.